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There you are, Morris. Howdy!
Looks like a good one, Laura!
Thank you very much, Lorna and Floyd!Hopefully, but probably not all, BK. Some are hard to identify, even with a book...like the wildflowers. Especially the aster family. Arghhh!I hope so, Lyndee! Gulp.Yes, Snooker, the other one is a photo of the inside of the book. I see that I don't have a separate section for catepillars. At first I thought...what??? But I see that they are in the butterfly and moth secion...of course. Duh, Laura!I sure do, too, Marmar! I have trees, wildflowers and birds. This is the one I was missing. Oh...and rocks, I guess, but I don't really care as much about what rocks are...just that I get a hold of some in this totally rockless area in which I live! Ha ha...yes, back to the issue of no rocks here, again!
I love these "Guide to" books. They give you enough information to encourage you to look for more. & yet they can answer the immediate question. Happy Hunting, Laurajane.
AAAHHHhh... you get to do caterpillars for us too!!!
Is this the same book as the one in your other puzzle today?
You're going to have all the answers for us Laura. This will look good next to your wildflower book.
You should be able to identify all the little creatures you photograph now :-)))
Looks like great illustrations and descriptions. Thanks Laura.
It's great you are pleased with it Laura!